The life of a photographer who likes to shoot just about anything.

Posts tagged “inspiration

Monument Valley Clouds

Monument Valley

A spectacular view of clouds in Monument Valley.

Portrait of a Master Chef – Jacques Pepin


While on assignment, it was time for a portrait before the show.

Frontier Education


A school in the 1800’s America in the Capitol Reef National Park.

Sunrise & the Brooklyn Bridge

Sunrise-Brooklyn-BridgeEarly morning boat in the Hudson River and the Brooklyn Bridge.



Architecture photography isn’t something that I pursue,
but at times, I will see something that catches my eye.

The Fisherman


Morning in the harbor.



Are you afraid?

Chinese Lanterns

Chinese Lanterns

It amazes me that these fiery lanterns can be ignited and sent
off into the sky only to fall back onto some unsuspecting victim.
I guess it’s nice to know that in our highly litigious society
we can still do some crazy things!



Apparently birds are capable of much more than I realized.

High Fashion


It’s always good to have your camera because you never know what you’ll see.



Las Vegas. A place of imagination.

The New World


In the future, everything will be different.

On Fire!


Now this is a sight to behold. The Blackbird – SR-71.

In The Land of Heaven

Grand Canyon Sunset

If you haven’t visited the Grand Canyon, it should be on your bucket list.

The photograph was made on chrome film.

Valley of Fire

In the Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada.

Midnight Candy

Why is this store closed? The need for candy never ends.
Photographed with Kodachrome slide film.

The North Rim of the Grand Canyon

Hopefully in a year or two I’ll make another trip to one of my favorite places.

North Rim Sunset

The road less traveled is the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
If you want to avoid the crowds of the South Rim, head north!

Soda as Art

It’s about the machines, not the soda.

Monument Valley

Monument Valley from another angle.

Portrait of the Curler Family

The Curler Family. Voted most likely to have the nicest hair.

Swimming on an Alien World

When I go on vacation, I travel far away.

American Graffiti

Before George Lucas changed the American Film landscape with Star Wars, he made American Graffiti. A story set in the 1950’s starring an ensemble cast that included Ron Howard, Richard Dreyfuss and Harrison Ford (aka Hans Solo). The action takes place in California during one night and Mel’s Drive-In is featured prominently in the narrative.

Grand Canyon Tree

The tree was photographed along the Bright Angel Trail
in the Grand Canyon with 35mm Kodachrome film.